Our work environment uses authenticating proxies for Internet connectivity - how do I configure Creatvive Cloud applications to work with that? For example, the Adobe Application Manager doesn't recognize the proxy (nor ask for its password) and hence fails to work.
Please provide the following logs and we will analyze it. Adobe Application Manager is designed to work with authentication proxies.
I have this same issue. The Application Manager works properly with the Proxy settings (http proxy, no authentication). However, the application license manager does not work. So, while I can install apps, I cannot verify my subscription renewal, until I'm outside a proxy.
Thus, this log doesn't help resolve the problem for me. Any other logs I can send?
I'm not having success with Application Manager with our Nortel VPN. I get the pop-up screen "One more thing..." to enter my Username and Password for the proxy. I do so, but the message keeps popping up and does not let me in. I have to turn off my VPN and proxy to update my applications.
I'm one of the first users in our company to use Creative Cloud, so this will be a huge issue or show-stopper for moving forward.
Please apply Exceptions to (Port No 443 and 80) (and the rest URL’s) also Adobe Application Manager in Network Firewall and Proxies.
It should allow you to activate the Subscription.
Also All Participant in this Forum who are facing the issue with Activation please try this step and let us know if it fixes the issue or not.
This doc helps in some cases
The document that David_B included says, "If your computer is behind an authorization proxy server, disable it. For instructions, consult your network administrator or your proxy server documentation."
This is a major problem with a large global company like ours, +7000 employees, +200 Adobe licenses.
We can't just simply turn OFF/ON proxy server authentication whenever we need to use the Application Manager or periodically re-authorize our CC licenses. Our corporate security won't allow it.
As I reported earlier, the Application Manager prompts for proxy username/password, but doesn't accept it. Just keeps asking again, again & again.
We also are in the same boat with almost 10,000 employees and standard security restrictions on our network. Please design a way to direct the licensing communication to a proxy and be able to provide authentication credentials.
I am in the same position as many of the others in this post. Just to let you all know, I called the Adobe technial support on JULY 1 to attempt to resolve this, and have been on the phone with them on an (almost daily) basis. I've been told that the issue has been elevated/escalated/ high prioritized and that they will call me back numerous times (which they have not in many cases).
Come on Adobe - it's been THREE WEEKS!!!
This leads me to wonder if they have a problem on their hands that they can't handle? Please prove me wrong, as I am losing a lot of productivity waiting for a solution from you.
Our company has 5000+ employees, and we have about 40 licenses of CS6 Design & Web Premium. Disabling the proxy is not only against our corporate security, but impossible unless you take your machine home and connect outside the firewall. Even though we upgrade every new release (since CS began, and before), we are forced to remain on CS6. That's unfortunate for everyone if this isn't fixed. Besides the CC Update Manager, we aren't able to use their other new tools like Edge Inspect because of proxy support.
We had this issue on our network
Our Network Admin turned off SSL Scanning of these entries in our proxy (zscaler):
Am now able to run Creative Cloud, download and install Apps, and run without issues.
Hope that helps.